ESG Strategy

ESG Strategy

Identify risks and opportunities with an ESG strategy aligned with your mission and involving your stakeholders.

INERIA assists you in defining  your ESG strategy based on context analysis, stakeholder analysis and materiality analysis. In addition to accompanying you in the implementation of the strategy through plans and monitoring of kpi’s, organization, and internal communication.


Materiality and stakeholder analysis


Definition of the ESG strategy


Green finance


ESG engagement


ESG Data intelligence


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What are ESG strategies?

As more and more investors consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors when making investment decisions, it is increasingly important for companies to have a well-defined ESG strategy.

At Ineria, we help our clients develop an ESG strategy that fits their specific business context and objectives. We start by conducting a context analysis, stakeholder analysis and materiality analysis to identify the ESG issues that are most important to your company. Based on this information, we develop an ESG strategy that includes plans and key performance indicators for implementation. We also assist you with organizational change and internal communication to ensure that your ESG strategy is successfully executed.

Develop a winning ESG strategy.

A well-developed ESG strategy can be a powerful tool for driving long-term sustainable value for both companies and investors.

By taking environmental, social and governance considerations into account in business decision-making, ESG strategies can help create a more sustainable and resilient global economy. In addition, they can help attract new investors and build trust with existing shareholders.

There are a number of key factors to consider when developing an effective ESG strategy. First, it is important to establish clear goals and objectives. What does the company want to achieve by incorporating ESG considerations into its strategy? Second, it is necessary to engage with all stakeholders to clearly understand their expectations and priorities. What are the key issues that matter most to employees, customers, suppliers and investors? Finally, it is essential to have the right systems and processes in place to support the implementation of the strategy. Without strong governance and reporting mechanisms, it will be difficult to track progress and ensure that the strategy remains on track.

By following these steps, companies can develop an effective ESG strategy that will create value for all stakeholders.

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